Originally Posted by mystic54
Like your latest settings on page 9 for example?
Not sure if I have just been playing worse lately or if there was a tiny increase in lag between my Samsung 32LNA550 and my HX820 but my KDR has definitely been going down as of late (3.4 to 3.35). So I will definitely have to tread lightly when adding in the processing options. Which one do you think made the most difference in PQ once enabled?
Yes, the ones on page 9 are my settings. Except I have switched to "clear" vs. "standard" under Motionflow.
They all impacted the PQ (improved it), which is why I keep them on. Plus, my primary source of TV/Movie is Hulu Plus, Netflix and Vudu. Both my Xbox 360 and PS3 hook directly into my receiver via HDMI and the reciever sends one HDMI to the TV. I switch back and forth on the receiver between Xbox and PS3 depending on what I'm doing. So that means the TV really only has one active input and the idea of fiddling around with my TV settings every time I watch Netflix, or play CoD, or watch a Bluray annoys me so I went with one all around "best picture" setting and stick with it. To be honest, the lag really doesn't impact anything. I still have good games and bad games and don't feel anything at all. I think if someone really cared about lag and gaming they would have their concern better spent on making sure they have a super high speed internet connect and they keep in wired, not wireless. That makes more of a difference than anything IMO.
But...., if you really want to limit the lag, turn off the MotionFlow and CineMotion. These two will account for most of the lag you'll experience in gaming. The subtle adjustments (detail enhancement, black corrector, clear white, etc.) won't really have any impact whatsoever. Of course, the downside is that believe it or not, they really do help smooth out the picture which in video games includes A LOT of fast movement.